Josh Ginter has journaled every single day for an entire year. He explains his process, along with some insights he's learned along the way:
What matters is that [journaling] has changed my life. Recording, recognizing, and signifying important events in the past year has improved my memory and my realism. Pushing the tidal waves of thought and emotion through the nib and onto paper has created a metaphorical bottleneck — my recorded thoughts now have structure, my daily doings now have amplified importance.
In typical Newsprint fashion, there are plenty of lovely photos to ogle while you read.